Subsidiaries: Curing Chaos at the Family Dinner Table
Published October 17, 2012
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    Subsidiaries. Straight path to market expansion or potentially tangled ecosystem? The experts speak. Steve King/Emergent Research: “For the first time in modern history, the developing world, not the developed world, is the global engine driving economic growth. This, coupled with the rapidly increasing use of social technologies, is fundamentally changing the relationship between companies and their foreign subsidiaries." Erich Joachimsthaler/Vivaldi Partners: “As internet analyst Mary Meeker said in her State of the Internet address this year: ‘We are merely in spring training.’ This creates a new reality for companies of how to manage the global organization and how to achieve competitive advantage and profit from it.” Mike Morel/SAP: “Companies are squandering their investments in subsidiaries. They need to share more, implement governance, compliance, and regulation, and manage subsidiary independence.” Join us for Subsidiaries: Curing Chaos at the Family Dinner Table.
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